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'Guardians of The Galaxy Vol 2'

October 19 2017, 11:41 | Perry Erickson

Kurt Russell, Quill's father with the appropriate name Ego, joins the Guardians and the battles begin, as he has the hidden agenda of "remaking the universe".

At 7:00 p.m. on May 4, groups of moviegoers decked out in costumes or their favorite comic apparel headed to movie theaters for the long-awaited sequel, "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2".

Let's look at the evidence. It is expected to conclude the story of the original Guardians and set up the direction the MCU will head to for the next ten years. He survives an extended time in space without a helmet or other space wear that should have killed him.

Our movie reviewer also raved about Guardians of the Galaxy 2: generates a fun adventure filled with top notch visual effects that will provide quality entertainment to any human being with an imagination.

In his travels, he discovers that the father on Earth who left his mother to eventually die of cancer before her son's eyes was someone from the stars.

"Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol. 2" has heart, humor, and action - just like the Hoff as the "Knight Rider" - because it's about family: a dysfunctional one at that, but a family nonetheless. They followed that tune with Looking Glass' "Brandy", a song that played a key part in a pivotal scene between Ego and Star-Lord. When questioned by /Film, Kevin Feige played a little coy over Stan Lee's role.

The music was also very fun in this movie. While everyone is fighting, baby Groot (Vin Diesel) plugs two cords together and the music starts and we get an intro scene with him dancing while everyone passes him like Gamora (Zoe Saldana) and Drax (Dave Bautista).

The Guardians of the Galaxy - Mission: Breakout! opens on May 27 and repurposes the Tower of Terror attraction with a completely new story and theme, taking riders through the Collector's fortress to help Rocket free the rest of the Guardians, who have been captured and trapped in the Collector's "weird freak show". He's lovable, amusing and has a smile capable of charming a cranky middle-school janitor.

Although the plot meanders slightly as it refuses to settle on a single key villain or plot line, Volume 2 remains one of the best super hero films of recent years.

"King Arthur", meanwhile, may just want to put that sword back where he found it and pretend this never happened.

"Laughter is the way you hook the audience, and then you can scare them, then you can hopefully touch them emotionally deeper than they were expecting to in a film about a tree and a raccoon and aliens that don't understand metaphors", Feige told reporters in April. The only big difference is Groot is Baby Groot now because he's growing from the sapling we saw him as at the end of the last film.

Of all the Marvel film franchises, no-one could have predicted that Guardians of the Galaxy would have such a meteoric rise to fame.

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